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zine

also 'zine  (zēn)
n.
1. An inexpensively produced, self-published, underground publication: I often contributed cartoons and essays to other people's 'zines, so why didn't I just buckle down and start my own? (Pagan Kennedy).
2. An e-zine.

[Short for magazine.]

zine

(ziːn)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) informal a magazine or fanzine

'zine

or zine

(zin)
n.
1. an individualistic, small-circulation magazine typically produced cheaply by a single nonprofessional enthusiast.
2. such a magazine existing on the World Wide Web.
[1960–65; clipping of fanzine]
Translations

zine

[ziːn] 'zine Nfanzine m, revistilla f

zine

[ˈziːn] nzine m

zine

, ’zine (inf)
n kleine, amateurhaft produzierte Zeitschrift, → Magazin nt, → Heftchen nt
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